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Review: Harbinger of Darkness

Disclaimer: I was offered this book in exchange for an honest review. Title: Harbinger of Darkness Author: Richard C. White Genre: fantasy Subgenre: n/a Page Count: 314 Rating: * If you would like to read the amazon blurb for this book, you can find it here. This review does contain minor spoilers.   I hate… Continue reading Review: Harbinger of Darkness

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Moreau House Teaser: Trojan & Vanity

Last week I introduced you to Cora, one of the new-ish characters in Moreau House. There are two other new characters in this book, and I love them both. My one regret in writing Moreau House is that I couldn't give them bigger roles. But who knows? Maybe they'll get a short story later on...(no… Continue reading Moreau House Teaser: Trojan & Vanity

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Petite Critique: Hungry Demigods

Title: Hungry Demigods Author: Andrea Tang Genre: Adult urban fantasy Subgenre: n/a Length: Short story Rating: * * * * * I don't normally read short stories, let alone review them--especially from authors I'm unfamiliar with, but when I saw Andrea's pitch on Twitter, I knew I had to read it. Immediately. Franco-Chinese-Canadian urban fantasy… Continue reading Petite Critique: Hungry Demigods

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Moreau House Teaser: Cora

In contrast to all the new characters introduced in THE FERRYMEN, MOREAU HOUSE has a much more limited cast, which is honestly how I prefer to work--I like having a "closed set." Cora was first introduced in the short THE TEN OF CUPS (which can be found in THE NIGHT WARS COLLECTION). She and Isaiah… Continue reading Moreau House Teaser: Cora

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#MHMon: Screw it!

Some of the best things in my life have come from frustration. No, really. In 2008, after three years without something fluffy to keep me warm at night, I adopted Hermes. The furry monster is my baby, and I wouldn't trade him for anything. 2012 wasn't a good year for me. At all. I lost… Continue reading #MHMon: Screw it!

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2017 A Year in Books

The last two years I have done SO MUCH reading. This is due in large part to having access to Overdrive audiobooks from the library, and spending long hours alone in an office. Plenty of time for audiobooks. This year, my goal was to read 1 more book than I did last year, putting my… Continue reading 2017 A Year in Books

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Moreau House Preview

With just over two months to go until MOREAU HOUSE comes out, I wanted to give you guys a quick preview! Below the cut you'll find the first chapter of volume three in the Evie Cappelli series. It's behind the cut because it does contain spoilers for THE FERRYMEN, so if you haven't read that… Continue reading Moreau House Preview

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Moreau House Release Date and Cover Reveal!

Are you excited? I am. The third and final book in the Evie Cappelli series will be out next year. If you're a member of my mailing list or my Patreon, then you already knew that. In fact, this would beĀ old news to you. But, if you're not, never fear (and don't forget to sign… Continue reading Moreau House Release Date and Cover Reveal!

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Vampire cats? What vampire cats?

A couple of weeks ago, I talked about pet death in fiction and why I will never do it. I thought this time around, I'd be a little more cheerful and introduce you to one of my favorite fictional pets. This is Dracula. Well, not quite. That's actually Hermes, but he bears a pretty strong… Continue reading Vampire cats? What vampire cats?

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Review: The Haunting of Springett Hall

Lucy Tregarrick woke up dead, with no memory of who she is or how she got that way. Now she must solve the mystery of her own death before the evil presence occupying Springett hall ensure she and the other ghosts of the manor never see the light of day--or night--again. My biggest complaint about… Continue reading Review: The Haunting of Springett Hall